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									Program Outcomes Assessment
                Program     Associate of Arts
              Department    Arts & Sciences
          College/School    Kenai Peninsula College
          Academic Year     2007-2008
   Assessment Coordinator   Debbie Sonberg
                                                                               TABLE 1
                                                                     PROGRAM MISSION AND CONTEXT

                                                               Green sheet tabs are current year report data.
                                                        Red sheet tabs are prior year or miscellaneous in-house data.

                                                                              Program Mission



                             Requested from department, but not yet available. Should be available in August 2008.

                                                                  Program Context and General Comments



    If there are factors you would like the peer review committee to be aware of that are not directly related to student learning
 outcomes, or if you have general comments about the program or assessment process you want the committee to consider, use
                                                         this space to do so.

                                                                      Location of Published Outcomes

                                                      http://www.kpc.alaska.edu/pdf/Outcomes%20Lists%20AY06%20_2_.pdf




  Submitted 6-28-08                                              450e0912-49b3-4454-b8a0-c78744895944.xls               Mission & Context
Program Outcomes Assessment
                                                 Program Associate of Arts
                                      Department Arts & Sciences
        College/School Kenai Peninsula College
        Academic Year 2007-2008
Assessment Coordinator Debbie Sonberg
                                                                                                                                     TABLE 2
                                                                                                                       PROGRAM OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT RESULTS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Current
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Measures                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              5 Year Trend Data
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Year




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             (Calculates automatically)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Paper #3d (final paper) &




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          no trend data available
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          first year of reporting --
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Conference Presentation
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Timed Writing Response




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Persuasive Writing Final




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         GENP student grades in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Second Trimester Exam




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Weighted Average
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ENGL 211: Research
                                                                                                                           COMM 111 (Homer):




                                                                                                                                                                         COMM 111 (Kenai):
                                                                                                                           Persuasive Speech




                                                                                                                                                                         Persuasive Speech




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         computer classes
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Wisdom of Gita
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Resume and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ENGL 111:




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ENGL 212:




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ENGL 214:




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            HUM 211:




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              HUM 212:
                                                                                                                  Grade                                                                                                     B+                                                    B+                                              B+                                        B+                                                   A-                                                B                                                                                              B+
                                                                Written Communication: Use Standard
                                                          1.1                                                     Value                                                                                                 3.57                    18                             3.50                   12                        3.50         15                         3.30                      14                         3.70                   19                        3.22             19                                                                             3.47
                                                                Written English correctly and effectively
                                                                                                                  Weight                                                                                                1.00                                                   1.00                                             1.00                                    1.00                                                 0.50                                             0.50

                                                                                                                  Grade                                                                                                     B+                                                    B+                                              B+                                        B+                                                   A-                                                B                                                                                              B+
                                                              Written Communication: Respond
                                                          1.2 appropriately and effectively to writing            Value                                                                                                 3.57                    18                             3.50                   12                        3.50         15                         3.30                      14                         3.70                   19                        3.22             19                                                                             3.47
                                                              assignments
                                                                                                                  Weight                                                                                                1.00                                                   1.00                                             1.00                                    1.00                                                 0.50                                             0.50

                                                                                                                  Grade                                                                                                                                                           B+                                                                                        B+                                                   A-                                                                                                                                               B+
                                                              Written Communication: Use research
                                                          1.3                                                     Value                                                                                                                                                        3.50                   12                                                                3.30                      14                         3.70                   19                                                                                                                        3.46
                                                              responsibly and effectively
                                                                                                                  Weight                                                                                                                                                       1.00                                                                                     1.00                                                 0.50

                                                              Oral Communication: Demonstrate an         Grade                 A-                                            A-                                                                                                   B+                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              B+
                                                              understanding of the communication process
                                                          2.1                                            Value              3.85               18                         3.73               18                                                                                3.50                   12                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      3.62
                                                              and communication components involved in
                                                              the process                                Weight             1.00                                          1.00                                                                                                 1.00

                                                                                                                  Grade        A-                                            A-                                                                                                   B+                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              B+
                                                              Oral Communication: Understand how to
                                                          2.2 effectively adapt a message to an audience          Value     3.85               18                         3.73               18                                                                                3.50                   12                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      3.62
                                                              (individual, group, or public)
                                                                                                                  Weight    1.00                                          1.00                                                                                                 1.00

                                                              Humanities & Fine Arts:
                                                              1. Demonstrate the ability to analyze and          Grade                                                                                                                                                            B+                                                                                        B+                                                   A-                                                B                                                                                              B+
                                                              critically evaluate ideas, arguments, and
         Published Program Objectives/Outcomes




                                                              points of view
                                                              2. Demonstrate analytical writing skills
                                                              3. Demonstrate intellectual curiosity, flexibility
                                                          3.1 of mind, and openness toward different             Value                                                                                                                                                         3.50                   12                                                                3.30                      14                         3.70                   19                        3.22             19                                                                             3.44
                                                              interpretations and perspectives
                                                              4. Demonstrate reasoned discourse in the
                                                              classroom
                                                              5. Employ the vocabulary specific to the
                                                              discipline                                         Weight                                                                                                                                                        0.50                                                                                     0.50                                                 1.00                                             1.00
                                                              6. Identify significant texts and objects

                                                              Humanities & Fine Arts ~~ Additional
                                                              outcomes for language courses                       Grade
                                                              1. Demonstrate level-appropriate proficiency
                                                              in listening
                                                          3.2                                                     Value
                                                              2. Demonstrate level-appropriate proficiency
                                                              in speaking
                                                              3. Demonstrate level-appropriate proficiency        Weight
                                                              in writing
                                                                Social Sciences
                                                                • awareness of major perspectives in social   Grade
                                                                and individual behavior
                                                                • application of social science theories to
                                                           4    multicultural perspectives                    Value
                                                                • understanding of how historical experiences
                                                                influence present-day theory
                                                                • application of critical thinking skills     Weight
                                                                • practice of ethical research techniques

                                                                Math and Natural Sciences
                                                                • quantitative and analytical skills              Grade
                                                                • ability to implement the scientific method of
                                                                investigation and problem solving
                                                                • understanding of the cellular basis of living
                                                           5    organisms                                         Value
                                                                • awareness of the differences and
                                                                characteristics of the five kingdoms of living
                                                                organisms
                                                                • understanding of the interrelatedness of        Weight
                                                                physical, chemical, and biological principles
                                                                Applied Studies                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              B+                                                   B+
                                                                                                                  Grade
                                                                • application of theoretical knowledge in
                                                                tangible forms
                                                           6                                                      Value                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   3.47                    15                          3.47
                                                                • application of practical skills
                                                                • acquisition of computer and other technical
                                                                abilities                                         Weight                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  0.50
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               B+
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              3.50
                                                                Blank and shaded = Tool does not measure this published outcome.
                                                                Weights: 0.5 = Tool gives anecdotal indication of published outcome.
                                                                             1 = Tool is a good measure of the published outcome




     Submitted 6-28-08                                                                                                                                                         450e0912-49b3-4454-b8a0-c78744895944.xls                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Outc Results
Program Outcomes Assessment Discussion
      Program    Associate of Arts
   Department    Arts & Sciences
College/School   Kenai Peninsula College
Academic Year    2007-2008
  Assessment
   Coordinator   Debbie Sonberg
                                                                                                       TABLE 3
                                                                                 ANALYSIS OF OUTCOME ASSESSMENT RESULTS
                 Note: Alternatively, an electronic word-processing document compatible with MS Word may be substituted for this table.
                                 Outcome                   Result                                                                Explanation of the Results



                                                                  ENGL 111: Timed Reading Response to Professional Essay -- 18 students were assessed, 11 successful, 7 unsuccessful. Success on this activity is
                                                                  considered by this professor to be 10 students achieving an A or B grade on this assignment. Total points possible, 20; points needed for success, 15.5.
                                                                  Average score, 16; minimum score, 13; maximum score, 18. In this assignment, students read in class a professional essay written in the comparison-
                                                                  contrast rhetorical form. At the start of the following class period, they were given a prompt to respond to, regarding that reading.
                                                                  ENGL 211: Final Research Paper (3d) & Conference Presentation -- 12 students were assessed, 11 successful, 1 unsuccessful. Total point possible, 100;
                                                                  points for success, 65; average score, 87; minimum score, 64; maximum score 100. This activity is contributing well to course and program outcomes.
                 Written Communication: Use Standard
     1.1         Written English correctly and effectively
                                                             B+
                                                                  ENGL 214 Persuasive Writing: Final Documented Persuasive Paper (2g) -- 14 students were assessed, 13 successful, 1 unsuccessful. Total point possible,
                                                                  80; points for success, 56; average score, 71; minimum score, 45; maximum score 85. This activity is contributing well to course and program outcomes.
                                                                  The students completed the paper in stages with feedback in the early steps, but the final draft was not open to feedback or revision, so success relied
                                                                  completely on the students' applying the techniques taught in the class.
                                                                  HUM 211: Second Trimester Exam (Take-Home quiz) -- 19 students were assessed; all 19 were successful. Total points possible, 15; points for success,
                                                                  9.75 [editors note: may be a typo]; range of scores, 12.5 to 15. On the first quiz of the semester, 5 students fell at the D or F level. These student improved
                                                                  to the A or B level on the second quiz.
                                                                  ENGL 111: Timed Reading Response to Professional Essay -- 18 students were assessed, 11 successful, 7 unsuccessful. Success on this activity is
                                                                  considered by this professor to be 10 students achieving an A or B grade on this assignment. Total points possible, 20; points needed for success, 15.5.
                                                                  Average score, 16; minimum score, 13; maximum score, 18. In this assignment, students read in class a professional essay written in the comparison-
                                                                  contrast rhetorical form. At the start of the following class period, they were given a prompt to respond to, regarding that reading.
                                                                  ENGL 211: Final Research Paper (3d) & Conference Presentation -- 12 students were assessed, 11 successful, 1 unsuccessful. Total point possible, 100;
                                                                  points for success, 65; average score, 87; minimum score, 64; maximum score 100. This activity is contributing well to course and program outcomes.
                    Written Communication: Respond
                                                                  ENGL 212: Resume & Cover Letter -- 15 students were assessed, 12 successful, 3 unsuccessful. Total points possible, 60; points for success, 45; average
     1.2          appropriately and effectively to writing   B+
                                                                  score 52; minimum score, 36; maximum score 60.
                               assignments
                                                                  ENGL 214 Persuasive Writing: Final Documented Persuasive Paper (2g) -- 14 students were assessed, 13 successful, 1 unsuccessful. Total point possible,
                                                                  80; points for success, 56; average score, 71; minimum score, 45; maximum score 85. This activity is contributing well to course and program outcomes.
                                                                  The students completed the paper in stages with feedback in the early steps, but the final draft was not open to feedback or revision, so success relied
                                                                  completely on the students' applying the techniques taught in the class.
                                                                  HUM 211: Second Trimester Exam (Take-Home quiz) -- 19 students were assessed; all 19 were successful. Total points possible, 15; points for success,
                                                                  9.75 [editors note: may be a typo]; range of scores, 12.5 to 15. On the first quiz of the semester, 5 students fell at the D or F level. These student improved
                                                                  to the A or B level on the second quiz.
                                                                  ENGL 211: Final Research Paper (3d) & Conference Presentation -- 12 students were assessed, 11 successful, 1 unsuccessful. Total point possible, 100;
                                                                  points for success, 65; average score,87; minimum score, 64; maximum score 100. This activity is contributing well to course and program outcomes.
                                                                  ENGL 214 Persuasive Writing: Final Documented Persuasive Paper (2g) -- 14 students were assessed, 13 successful, 1 unsuccessful. Total point possible,
                                                                  80; points for success, 56; average score, 71; minimum score, 45; maximum score 85. This activity is contributing well to course and program outcomes.
                 Written Communication: Use research
     1.3         responsibly and effectively
                                                             B+   The students completed the paper in stages with feedback in the early steps, but the final draft was not open to feedback or revision, so success relied
                                                                  completely on the students' applying the techniques taught in the class.
                                                                  HUM 211: Second Trimester Exam (Take-Home quiz) -- 19 students were assessed; all 19 were successful. Total points possible, 15; points for success,
                                                                  9.75 [editors note: may be a typo]; range of scores, 12.5 to 15. On the first quiz of the semester, 5 students fell at the D or F level. These student improved
                                                                  to the A or B level on the second quiz.




   Submitted 6-28-08                                                                     450e0912-49b3-4454-b8a0-c78744895944.xls                                                                               Outc Analysis
Program Outcomes Assessment Discussion
      Program    Associate of Arts
   Department    Arts & Sciences
College/School   Kenai Peninsula College
Academic Year    2007-2008
  Assessment
   Coordinator   Debbie Sonberg
                                                                                                       TABLE 3
                                                                                 ANALYSIS OF OUTCOME ASSESSMENT RESULTS
                 Note: Alternatively, an electronic word-processing document compatible with MS Word may be substituted for this table.
                                 Outcome                   Result                                                                Explanation of the Results
                                                                    COMM 111 (Homer): Persuasive Speech (Written Outline and Oral Presentation) -- 18 students were assessed, 16 successful, 2 unsuccessful. Total point
                 Oral Communication: Demonstrate an                 possible, 55; points for success, 41; average score, 47.5; minimum score, 40; maximum score 55.
                 understanding of the communication                 COMM 111 (Kenai): 6-minute Persuasive Speech -- 19 students were assesses, all 19 were successful. Total points possible, 50 points; points for success
     2.1         process and communication
                                                              B+
                                                                    39.5, average, 46; minimum, 43; maximum 49.25.
                 components involved in the process                 ENGL 211: Final Research Paper (3d) & Conference Presentation -- 12 students were assessed, 11 successful, 1 unsuccessful. Total point possible, 100;
                                                                    points for success, 65; average score, 87; minimum score, 64; maximum score 100. This activity is contributing well to course and program outcomes.

                                                                    COMM 111: Persuasive Speech (Written Outline and Oral Presentation) -- 18 students were assessed, 16 successful, 2 unsuccessful. Total point possible,
                                                                    55; points for success, 41; average score, 47.5; minimum score, 40; maximum score 55. This activity is contributing well to course and program outcomes.
                 Oral Communication: Understand how to
                                                                    COMM 111 (Kenai): 6-minute Persuasive Speech -- 19 students were assesses, all 19 were successful. Total points possible, 50 points; points for success
     2.2         effectively adapt a message to an            B+
                                                                    39.5, average, 46; minimum, 43; maximum 49.25.
                 audience (individual, group, or public)
                                                                    ENGL 211: Final Research Paper (3d) & Conference Presentation -- 12 students were assessed, 11 successful, 1 unsuccessful. Total point possible, 100;
                                                                    points for success, 65; average score, 87; minimum score, 64; maximum score 100. This activity is contributing well to course and program outcomes.
                            Humanities & Fine Arts:
                                                                    ENGL 211: Final Research Paper (3d) & Conference Presentation -- 12 students were assessed, 11 successful, 1 unsuccessful. Total point possible, 100;
                    1. Demonstrate the ability to analyze
                                                                    points for success, 65; average score, 87; minimum score, 64; maximum score 100. This activity is contributing well to course and program outcomes.
                 and critically evaluate ideas, arguments,
                                                                    ENGL 214: Persuasive Writing: Final Documented Persuasive Paper (2g) -- 14 students were assessed, 13 successful, 1 unsuccessful. Total point possible,
                               and points of view
                                                                    80; points for success, 56; average score, 71; minimum score, 45; maximum score 85. This activity is contributing well to course and program outcomes.
                   2. Demonstrate analytical writing skills
                                                                    The students completed the paper in stages with feedback in the early steps, but the final draft was not open to feedback or revision, so success relied
                    3. Demonstrate intellectual curiosity,
     3.1                                                      B+    completely on the students' applying the techniques taught in the class.
                  flexibility of mind, and openness toward
                         different interpretations and              HUM 211: Second Trimester Exam (Take-Home quiz) -- 19 students were assessed; all 19 were successful. Total points possible, 15; points for success,
                                   perspectives                     9.75 [editors note: may be a typo]; range of scores, 12.5 to 15. On the first quiz of the semester, 5 students fell at the D or F level. These student improved
                   4. Demonstrate reasoned discourse in             to the A or B level on the second quiz. This quiz specifically addresses humanities and fine arts outcomes #5 & 6.
                                  the classroom                     HUM 212: Wisdom from the Gita -- 19 students were assessed, 17 successful, 2 unsuccessful. Total points possible, 5; points for success, 3.5; average, 4;
                 5. Employ the vocabulary specific to the           minimum, 2.5; maximum 5. This activity contributed to assessing humanities and fine arts outcome #3.
                 Humanities & Fine Arts ~~ Additional
                 outcomes for language courses
                 1. Demonstrate level-appropriate
                 proficiency in listening
     3.2         2. Demonstrate level-appropriate
                                                              0.00 This outcome was not assessed for report purposes this year.
                 proficiency in speaking
                 3. Demonstrate level-appropriate
                 proficiency in writing
                 Social Sciences
                 • awareness of major perspectives in
                 social and individual behavior
                 • application of social science theories to
                 multicultural perspectives
      4          • understanding of how historical
                                                             0.00 This outcome was not assessed for report purposes this year.
                 experiences influence present-day
                 theory
                 • application of critical thinking skills
                 • practice of ethical research techniques


   Submitted 6-28-08                                                                       450e0912-49b3-4454-b8a0-c78744895944.xls                                                                               Outc Analysis
Program Outcomes Assessment Discussion
      Program    Associate of Arts
   Department    Arts & Sciences
College/School   Kenai Peninsula College
Academic Year    2007-2008
  Assessment
   Coordinator   Debbie Sonberg
                                                                                                       TABLE 3
                                                                                 ANALYSIS OF OUTCOME ASSESSMENT RESULTS
                 Note: Alternatively, an electronic word-processing document compatible with MS Word may be substituted for this table.
                                 Outcome                   Result                                                                Explanation of the Results
                 Math and Natural Sciences
                 • quantitative and analytical skills
                 • ability to implement the scientific
                 method of investigation and problem
                 solving
                 • understanding of the cellular basis of
      5          living organisms                            0.00 This outcome was not assessed for report purposes this year.
                 • awareness of the differences and
                 characteristics of the five kingdoms of
                 living organisms
                 • understanding of the interrelatedness
                 of physical, chemical, and biological
                 principles
                 Applied Studies
                 • application of theoretical knowledge in
                                                                  Banner was scanned for GENP students in computer courses during the spring of 2008. 18 GENP students took computer courses. Of those 18, 11
                 tangible forms
      6          • application of practical skills
                                                             0.00 received A's in their courses, 2 received B's, 1 received a C, and 3 received Incompletes. All of the incompletes were students in DVR, workers' comp, or
                                                                  youth programs -- perhaps indicating that they weren't ready for college-level computer courses.
                 • acquisition of computer and other
                 technical abilities




   Submitted 6-28-08                                                                     450e0912-49b3-4454-b8a0-c78744895944.xls                                                                            Outc Analysis
Program Improvement Recommendations Based on Assessment
              Program     Associate of Arts
            Department    Arts & Sciences
        College/School    Kenai Peninsula College
        Academic Year     2007-2008
 Assessment Coordinator   Debbie Sonberg


                                                                   TABLE 4
                                 PROGRAM IMPROVEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS BASED ON ASSESSMENT RESULTS: CURRENT YEAR
                                 Recommendation                         Outcome(s)  Rationale for the Recommendation      Resource Implications
 This is the first time that the AA degree faculty have collected direct data for
 program assessment. They have not had a chance to review the results to make
 recommendations. That should be done in the fall of 2008.




                                                                 TABLE 5
                          ASSESSMENT PROCESS IMPROVEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS BASED ON ASSESSMENT RESULTS: CURRENT YEAR
                               Recommendation                         Outcome(s)  Rationale for the Recommendation Resource Implications

 This is the first time that the AA degree faculty have collected direct data for
 program assessment. They have not had a chance to review the results to make
 recommendations. That should be done in the fall of 2008.




  Submitted 6-28-08                                          450e0912-49b3-4454-b8a0-c78744895944.xls                  Current Yr Recommendations
Program Improvement Recommendations Based on Assessment
      Program
   Department
                 Associate of Arts
                 Arts & Sciences
                                                                                         This page should show recommendations made in previous years, along with action
College/School   Kenai Peninsula College                                                                taken since that time and the effect of those actions.
Academic Year    2007-2008
  Assessment
   Coordinator   Debbie Sonberg


                                                                  TABLE 6
                               PROGRAM IMPROVEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS BASED ON ASSESSMENT RESULTS: PREVIOUS YEARS

    Year                                 Recommendation                                Outcome(s)     Rationale for the Recommendation   Resource Implications            Actions Taken

                 These recommendations should be relevant to the program itself.

                 These recommendations should be relevant to the program itself.

                 These recommendations should be relevant to the program itself.

                 These recommendations should be relevant to the program itself.

                 These recommendations should be relevant to the program itself.




                                                               TABLE 7
                       ASSESSMENT PROCESS IMPROVEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS BASED ON ASSESSMENT RESULTS: PREVIOUS YEARS

    Year         Recommendation                                                        Outcome(s)     Rationale for the Recommendation   Resource Implications            Actions Taken

                 If you have recommendations to modify the assessment process (such
                 as changing outcomes or measures), they should be entered here.

                 If you have recommendations to modify the assessment process (such
                 as changing outcomes or measures), they should be entered here.

                 If you have recommendations to modify the assessment process (such
                 as changing outcomes or measures), they should be entered here.

                 If you have recommendations to modify the assessment process (such
                 as changing outcomes or measures), they should be entered here.

                 If you have recommendations to modify the assessment process (such
                 as changing outcomes or measures), they should be entered here.




    Submitted 6-28-08                                                                 450e0912-49b3-4454-b8a0-c78744895944.xls                                   Previous Yr Recommendations
                           Values by Tool               Year Average
                            Grade Table                  Grade Table
                            0         F                  A         4
                           0.3        F+                A-        3.7
                           0.7        D-                 B         3
                            1         D                 B-        2.7
                           1.3        D+                B+        3.3
                           1.7        C-                 C         2
                            2         C                 C-        1.7
                           2.3        C+                C+        2.3
                           2.7        B-                 D         1
                            3         B                 D-        0.7
                           3.3        B+                D+        1.3
                           3.7        A-                 F         0
                            4         A                 F+        0.3
                           NG                           NG




Submitted Month/Day/Year    450e0912-49b3-4454-b8a0-c78744895944.xls    Grade Table
COMM 111: Persuasive Speech                    ENGL 211 Research Paper #3
        44                                           95
        50                                           97
        40                                           87
        41                                           95
        49                                           72
        52                                           89
        46                                           83
      52.5                                           95
        55                                          100
        51                                           90
        46                                         75.5
      48.5                                           64
        47                                       86.875 average       86.9%
        51                                           64 min
      52.5                                          100 max
        50                                        3.475 4 pts score
        40
 47.97059 average      87.2%
        40 min
        55 max
  3.48877 4 pts score




HUM 211 Trimester quiz             HUM 212 Wisdom of Gita                     COMM 111 kenai
    12.5                                  5                                         48
       13                                  4                                        46
       15                                4.5                                      46.5
       15                                3.5                                        43
     13.5                                3.5                                      43.5
     12.5                                4.5                                        47
       15                                  5                                      48.5
       14                                  5                                     48.25
       15                                4.5                                     45.25
       15                                  5                                     44.25
     14.5                                  4                                        44
     12.5                                3.5                                        45
       15                                  4                                     46.25
     14.5                                3.5                                     43.25
     12.5                                3.5                                     44.25
       13                                  3                                      45.5
       15                                3.5                                     47.25
       14                                4.5                                     49.25
 13.97222    average       93.1%         2.5                                      47.5
      12.5   min
        15   max                    4.026316 average                          45.92105 average
 3.725926    4 pts score                  2.5 min                                    43 min
                                            5 max                                 49.25 max
3.221053 4 pts score   3.729629 4 pts score
ENGL 212: Resumes                          ENGL 214 summary
        36                                       70.5
      59.5                                         79
        56                                       79.5
      55.5                                         65
        59                                       82.5
      55.5                                         85
        44                                       70.5
        44                                         68
        54                                         45
        46                                         71
        56                                       72.5
        51                                       72.5
      51.5                                         57
        60                                         74
        58                                  70.85714 average       83.4%
      52.4 average         87.3%                   45 min
        36 min                                     85 max
        60 max                              3.334454 4 pts score
 3.493333 4 pts score




                        ENGL 111 Kenai
                              18
                              13
                           17.25
                              18
                              18
                              15
                              17
                              14
                              18
                              16
                            13.5
                           15.85
                              18
                              15
                              16
                              14
                            14.5
                           17.75


                        16.04722 average
                              13 min
                              18 max
4 pts score   3.566049 4 pts score

								
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